SNaP Identifier Ontology
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- Jarred McGinnis
- Matt Nathan
- Paul Harman
- Paul Wilton
AbstractThe Identifier Ontology models non-RDF based Identifiers for resources. The enables us to maintain a mapping between RDF resources identifiers and their equivalent IDs in an alternate, non-RDF based domain.
Classes or instances that inherit from Identifiable can have Identifiers associated with them using the hasIdentifier property. The Authority is the domain or namespace that the identifier belongs to.
Overview Of Terms
An alphabetical index of the ontology terms, divided into classes, properties and individuals. All the terms are hyperlinked to their detailed description for quick reference.
|Label||An Identifiable resource type|
An instance that is Identifiable can have an Identifier associated with it.
|Label||An Identifier for a resource|
An ID for a given resource. For example a literal ID from a legacy system
|Label||The Authority for an Identifier|
The Authority for an Identifier, for example the domain or namespace within which an ID is contained
|Label||Associates an Identifier to an Identifiable thing|
Associates an Identifier to an Identifiable thing